[TRNSYS-users] new component error

David BRADLEY d.bradley at tess-inc.com
Tue May 27 08:56:17 PDT 2014

   The problem is almost certainly not in the code but in the C++ 
compiler project settings for linking. Unfortunately I am not able to 
give you any hints on that front. Even getting compiler project settings 
to match between two different Fortran compilers is very challenging and 
involves really not much except trial and error. Sorry I cannot offer 
you a clean solution.

On 5/26/2014 04:53, Pascal Keppler wrote:
> Hello Everyone,
> I tried to write a new component simulating adaptive windows. I first 
> used FORTRAN but didn't find a compiler that worked. So I wrote it all 
> again in C++, got it compiled, but it still won't work. When I try to 
> run the simulation I get the following error:
> "Access violation at address 6F6910BC in module '222.dll'. Write of 
> address 0000001E"
> This component is the first thing I ever programmed, so I can't figure 
> out the mistake in the code. The source code is attached
> If someone maybe could look it over and tell me what I'm doing wrong I 
> would be very greatful.
> Greetings,
> Pascal
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